SEAL CYPRUS launches the project DARE- Day One Alliance for Employment.
The project was awarded for funding by the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment.
The project DARE, which started in April 2019, involvesthe implementation of Job Labs and Entrepreneurship. Labs that will help 1,400 young people find work or continue their education. The project will also create a system for validating non-formal learning using Open Badges.
The project is targeting:
(A) Young people Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET). The target group includes long-term unemployed, discouraged people who have stopped looking for work, inactive women caring for children or incapacitated adults, ethnic minorities including Roma, asylum-seekers, the low-skilled, people with mental health issues and people with disability.
(B) Employees who wish to endorse the Open Badges system for the validation of non-formal learning.
SEAL CYPRUS leads a consortium of ten organisations from eight countries. T
For more information on the project, visit https://sealcyprus.org/our-projects/dare/
To register for the Launch Conference, please fill the form: https://forms.gle/Um3n2i4mGXqpuesf8
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